The bank in Hawaii with the lowest interest rate on personal loans is Marcus by Goldman Sachs, which offers an APR range of 6.99% - 19.99%. For comparison, the average personal loan APR is around 14%, according to WalletHub research.
Keep in mind that the exact interest rate you get from the Marcus by Goldman Sachs range will depend on your credit score, your income and other features of your financial profile. A personal loan from Marcus by Goldman Sachs also offers $3,500 - $40,000 in funding, with a payoff period of 36 - 72 months. But Marcus by Goldman Sachs isn%t the only bank in Hawaii with low interest rates on personal loans.
Banks with the Lowest Interest Rates on Personal Loans in Hawaii
Marcus by Goldman Sachs: 6.99% - 19.99%
Discover: 5.99% - 24.99%
Axos Bank: 6.79% - 21.99%
USAA: 7.24% - 17.65%
PNC: 5.99% - 32.24%
You should note that while a low APR is one of the most attractive features that a loan can have, it%s still important to consider the loan%s other terms. If it charges an origination fee, for example, that can offset some of the APR savings. And you%ll need a loan that offers enough money and a long enough payoff period for your needs.
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